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Luss Visitor Centre , Loch Lomond , Scotland
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This is the visitor centre at Luss which gives details of the history of the village of Luss .

The village is right on the banks of Loch Lomond and many activities can be found here from several walking trails , beaches and sailing trips .

The village itself consists of beautiful little cottages almost fairytale like in appearance .

There are also a few small tourist shops selling the typically Scottish fayre of shortbread and tartan goods

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